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Roethlisberger’s Recent Health: An Anomaly Or Here To Stay?

It was said that the Pittsburgh Steelers were looking to move on from offensive coordinator Bruce Arians for a while, but that his support from quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and the team’s success in reaching the Super Bowl during the 2010 season staved off ‘retirement’ for another year. In spite of…


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The Pre-Noll Era: Recapping The 1934 Steelers’ Season

As I’ve done occasionally throughout the offseason, we’ve traveled back through time to look at the early days of the Pittsburgh Steelers. It’s a topic that, I’ll admit, isn’t for everyone, and given how annually bad they were, takes a special kind of insanity to want to hear about. Insanity…


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Steelers UDFA Murphy Took The Scenic Route On Way To NFL

When Boston College quarterback, Tyler Murphy, was a youngster, he idolized former Boston College and now Atlanta Falcons star, Matt Ryan. He eventually landed at the college, but not with a bunch of stars or the “big man on campus” label like a lot of today’s hot shot recruits. In…



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2015 NFL Draft Player Profiles: East Carolina QB Shane Carden

As we delve further into the Pittsburgh Steelers offseason, our attention has begun to shift towards the draft. Like we’ve done all offseason, these reports will cover the prospects of the 2015 NFL Draft, placing an emphasis on those who could help the Steelers the most. Late in the draft…


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4 Improvements The Steelers Must Make In 2015 For A Super Bowl Run

This Sunday, the Green Bay Packers will take on the Seattle Seahawks for the NFC Championship and the Indianapolis Colts will challenge the New England Patriots for the AFC Championship. The Pittsburgh Steelers will be forced to watch the games at home and wonder what could have been. There is…


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Pittsburgh, Big Ben Riding A Three-Game Postseason Losing Streak

Remember way back when, in, say, the late winter of 2011, when the Pittsburgh Steelers were about to take on Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers in Dallas, with the Steelers hoping to claim their seventh Lombardi Trophy in eight appearances? Remember all of the talk leading up to…


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Steelers Secure First Playoff Game At Heinz Field Since 2010

With their 27-17 victory last night in Heinz Field over the Cincinnati Bengals, the Pittsburgh Steelers secured their first division title, and home playoff game, in four years. The last time they won the AFC North was in 2010 after going 12-4, advancing to the Super Bowl before losing to…


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On Michael Sam – Buyer Beware, There’s Media Afoot

By Matthew Marczi Please excuse the media as they turn yet another issue into a self-reflective narrative about themselves. With a few notable exceptions, the overwhelming majority of the response to college defensive end Michael Sam stating that he is homosexual has been one of support and admiration, and tacit…


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Cortez Allen’s Transition To Starter Not Going Smoothly

By Matthew Marczi Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Cortez Allen is scheduled to miss his second consecutive game after playing just the first half of the season opener. He injured his ankle during the waning minutes of the first half against the Tennessee Titans and was unable to return in the second…



A Final Word On Maurkice Pouncey

By Matthew Marczi Normally I would not dedicate so much time to a matter that I do not consider directly to be a football issue; however, given the quantity and intensity of the reactions that my article from Tuesday generated, I think it is appropriate to perform a bit of…